I live in Fremantle, Western Australia.
The Romance Reader was published in February 2015, in celebration of 100 years of women in the police force in Australia. It is the first novella in the An Arresting Woman series, which is a fictionalised account of the challenges faced by Australia's first police woman, Lillian Armfield.
The House of Tears is the third book in the An Arresting Woman series and follows Australia’s first policewoman, Lillian Armfield, in her pioneering role as protector of the morality of Sydney’s women, which expands to include the hidden realm of sexual diversity.
Lillian’s encounter with the secretive Oscarean Club is followed by a missing person’s case that ultimately leads to one of the most se
The Girl From Erskineville continues the story of Lillian Armfield, Australia’s first policewoman.
When the corpse of a teenage girl is discovered in King’s Cross, Lillian puts her own life in danger to catch a killer and is forced to confront the complex questions of morality facing women in a society where the only choice is often no choice at all.
The Romance Reader, the first book in the An Arresting Woman series, introduces Lillian Armfield, Australia’s first policewoman, appointed by the New South Wales Parliament in 1915 to focus on the welfare of Sydney’s women and children. When she is called upon to search for the missing daughter of a prominent Rose Bay family, her theory on why women are led astray is put to the test.
Published: September 15, 2014.
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While Kate’s SAS husband is preparing to keep the peace in East Timor she spends the last year of the century dealing with the battles of suburbia, including a brother who creates a one man war zone wherever he goes, a mother nursing her geriatric patients and herself towards a euphoric if untimely end and dealing with two neurotic dogs.